World Bulletin/News Desk
Trucks of the first aid convoy sent by the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation for Syrian civilians started to reach border gates on Saturday.
IHH sent the first convoy of 33 trucks laden with 850 tons of flour to Syrian civilians on Thursday as part of the "bread and blanket for Syria" campaign.
Osman Atalay, deputy head of the IHH, said that there was a human tragedy in Aleppo and other provinces in Syria and Syrian people needed help.
All flour will be distributed to Syrians in provinces such as Aleppo, Hama, Homs, Damascus and Latakia.
Around 300 non-governmental organizations, Turkish Red Crescent Aid Society, Turkish Prime Ministry Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate (AFAD) and Turkish Religious Foundation (TDV) support the aid campaign for Syrians.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has approved the interim Cabinet list
Two Britons detained by Turkish security forces for working without government accreditation
Ahmet Davutoglu says he will pass list to president for approval Friday afternoon
Turkish dailies cover both praise and criticism for rebel MP who defied party line to take position in interim government
Soldiers standing guard near a highway in southeastern Turkey were attacked by PKK members
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Davutoglu gives candidates one day to accept or decline ministry seats
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An armored vehicle has also been hit in the attack on a police station in eastern Turkey’s Bingol province
Recent polls say one-party government unlikely even after snap election on November 1
Ahmet Davutoglu to create cabinet as country faces repeat of June general election
Country's main election body announces the date of snap election
President Erdogan mandates current PM to form government which will lead Turkey to snap polls
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